In 1993, Staten Island native and recent film school grad Gerald K. Barclay was recruited by the Rza to help put together two music videos for an up-and-coming rap crew. The crew was the then-unknown Wu-Tang Clan and the videos would become the low-budget masterpieces "Protect Ya Neck" and "Wu Tang Clan Ain't Nuthing to F**k Wit." Nearly 15 years later, Barclay returned to his Shaolin roots to direct the documentary film WU: THE STORY OF THE WU-TANG CLAN, chronicling the meteoric rise of the Shaolin supergroup, which the young filmmaker had witnessed firsthand. Featuring 16 of the crew's most celebrated cuts from their classic group albums and tightest solo LPs, this soundtrack album highlights Wu-Tang's mid-1990s heyday.
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